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permit

1. an official certificate or document granting authorization; licence
2. permission, esp written permission

permit

A document issued by a governmental authority having jurisdiction to authorize specific work by the applicant.
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With successful completion of our feasibility, IGMI will not only start the permitting immediately, but will begin final engineering efforts in support of the permitting and will appoint a project team and environmental contractors," Russell said.
The Joint Venture plans to initiate the process of permitting the Gil deposit once sufficient baseline data has been collected.
Fife was looking for a new permitting solution as part of the city's ongoing strategy to increase efficiencies and reduce operating costs," said Tom Hickey, vice president of sales and marketing for InterLocking.
two main permitting agencies, the Minnesota Pollution Control
The problem is that, beyond what he got right about the permit power, most of Epstein's critique was based on an incomplete caricature of permitting in theory and practice.
Generally, the extent of the in-water activities will dictate the complexity of the permitting process.
The permitting process can take years for a stationary plant, according to Jay Glitz, applications manager at Eagle Crusher Co.
While this new knowledge is important, it has raised several issues regarding the use of emission factors in the regulatory, permitting and compliance arenas.
which handles permitting for the city and large parts of the county, plans to launch the on-line permitting service in early June.
In addition, its capabilities recently have been expanded to provide Web-portal-based permits for the trucking industry using CWB's multistate permitting solution.
These new rules, referred to as 112(g), "new source MACT" or "case-by-case MACT" regulations, went into effect this past summer and could delay permitting and require potentially costly controls.
For purposes of enforcement of the anti-nuisance provisions of the Rent and Eviction Regulations, the court correctly concluded that the tenant's permitting the nuisance, had the same ramifications as if the tenant was actually committing the nuisance.